A People's Temple meeting with Jim Jones
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: Features Jim Jones presiding over a meeting, presumably in Redwood Valley. Members offer testimony and songs in praise of Jim Jones and the Lord.
: 1 Tape of 1: 3/4 inch videotape
: Media Resources Center Collection
: VIDEO/C 2328
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Speaker: Jones, Jim, 1931-1978
January 2, 2015
Which Jim Jones Is This
My research has taught me there were 4 Jim Jones 1 authentic Jim Jones and 3 body doubles. 2 of them died In Jonestown and 2 escaped. Which one is this ?
August 7, 2014
What's with the shades, Jim? You were lost yourself and didn't know it. He's not reacting to what's going on around him, and there was something very off about this man once you get beyond his song and dance.
June 6, 2014
Inaccurate and slanderous description of the video
The description claims that this is a video of People's Temple members offering testimony in praise of Jim Jones and the Lord. In fact, as far as "the Lord" is concerned, the video shows the exact opposite. The songs and the testimony, and Jones' entire philosophy, unequivocally disparages and mocks any belief in a deity outside of "socialism" and Jones himself.